ETF strategies

Explore our lineup of ETFs and see how they can help you pursue your investing goals.

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Explore our ETF capabilities

Our ETFs can help you build customized portfolios with precision and confidence. Explore our array of ETF offerings below.

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Fixed income ETFs

An expansive suite of index-based and actively managed ETFs that can help clients reach their investing goals.

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BulletShares ETFs provide targeted exposure to investment grade and high yield corporate bonds as well as municipal bonds.

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Smart beta

Explore the potential benefits of smart beta investing with targeted factor exposure to help drive returns in a transparent and cost-effective way.

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Innovation suite

Invesco and Nasdaq are pioneers in innovative solutions, partnering together to help people access the world’s most groundbreaking companies in pursuit of their financial goals.

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Investing in commodities comes with several benefits during periods of inflation and supply & demand imbalances.

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Sustainable investing

Learn more about our sustainable product lineup and discover investments that best meet the needs of your portfolio.

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Invesco ETFs
Introducing QQA and RSPA

You need income. We have options. Our two new ETFs are designed to provide total return through current income and long-term growth of capital.

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ETFs by investing goals

No matter what you’re looking to achieve financially, our ETFs can help you invest with confidence.



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    Tracking error is annualized standard deviation of daily return differences between the total return performance of the fund and the total return performance of its underlying index. Source: Morningstar.

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    Investors should be aware of the material differences between mutual funds and ETFs. ETFs generally have lower expenses than actively managed mutual funds due to their different management styles. Most ETFs are passively managed and are structured to track an index, whereas many mutual funds are actively managed and thus have higher management fees. Unlike ETFs, actively managed mutual funds have the ability react to market changes and the potential to outperform a stated benchmark. Since ordinary brokerage commissions apply for each ETF buy and sell transaction, frequent trading activity may increase the cost of ETFs. ETFs can be traded throughout the day, whereas, mutual funds are traded only once a day. While extreme market conditions could result in illiquidity for ETFs. Typically they are still more liquid than most traditional mutual funds because they trade on exchanges. Investors should talk with their financial professional regarding their situation before investing.

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    A limit order is an order to buy a stock at or below a specified price, or to sell a stock at or above a specified price. A stop order is an order to buy or sell at the market when a definite price is reached, either above (on a buy) or below (on a sell) the price that prevailed when the order was given. Source: Nasdaq